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2013 IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM 2013)

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2012 IEEE International Conference on Communication Systems (ICCS)

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  • 2006 10th IEEE Singapore International Conference on Communication Systems (ICCS)



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Communications Letters, IEEE

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IEEE Communications Magazine was the number three most-cited journal in telecommunications and the number eighteen cited journal in electrical and electronics engineering in 2004, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2004 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. Read more at http://www.ieee.org/products/citations.html. This magazine covers all areas of communications such as lightwave telecommunications, high-speed data communications, personal communications ...


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Telephone, telegraphy, facsimile, and point-to-point television, by electromagnetic propagation, including radio; wire; aerial, underground, coaxial, and submarine cables; waveguides, communication satellites, and lasers; in marine, aeronautical, space and fixed station services; repeaters, radio relaying, signal storage, and regeneration; telecommunication error detection and correction; multiplexing and carrier techniques; communication switching systems; data communications; and communication theory. In addition to the above, ...


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Joint optimization of single-carrier and multi-carrier DSL spectra

K. J. Kerpez; S. Galli IEEE International Conference on Communications, 2005. ICC 2005. 2005, 2005

The loop plant can be optimized to provide significantly higher bit rates than currently provided, offering higher speeds that in some cases will even support digital entertainment video, without installing new remote terminals or repeaters. Algorithms for using measured crosstalk data to jointly optimize DSL performance have been recently published, and are based on finding the optimal transmit PSD in ...


On the impact of uTP on BitTorrent completion time

Claudio Testa; Dario Rossi 2011 IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing, 2011

BitTorrent, one of the most widespread file sharing P2P applications, recently introduced uTP, an application-level congestion control protocol which aims to efficiently use the available link capacity, while avoiding to interfere with the rest of user traffic (e.g., Web, VoIP and gaming) sharing the same access bottleneck. Research on uTP has so far focused on the investigation of the congestion ...


MIMO signal processing - the next frontier for capacity enhancement

S. A. Mujtaba Proceedings of the IEEE 2003 Custom Integrated Circuits Conference, 2003., 2003

Traditionally, enhancements to the capacity of single-user communication channels have been achieved by either increasing the baud rate (which leads to larger bandwidths) or by increasing the signal constellation size (which requires higher signal-to-noise ratios). Since bandwidth is a limited resource in both wireless and copper-wired communication systems, new signal processing techniques based on the MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output) principle are ...


An achievable performance upper bound for discrete multitone equalization

M. Ding; Z. Shen; B. L. Evans Global Telecommunications Conference, 2004. GLOBECOM '04. IEEE, 2004

Discrete multitone is a popular discrete Fourier transform based implementation of multicarrier modulation for wireline communications. The paper examines the performance of a complex-tap filter bank structure for channel equalization in discrete multitone modulation systems. The structure under study passes the received signal through a number of logical paths. Each path takes care of one data carrying subcarrier. More specifically, ...


An efficient FFT processor for ADSL applications

R. Grisamore; G. N. Rangan; E. E. Swartzlander Conference Record of Thirty-Fifth Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers (Cat.No.01CH37256), 2001

Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) technology is a discrete multitone modulation (DMT) scheme that provides high data rate, broadband Internet access over traditional phone lines. This technology utilizes the fast Fourier transform (FFT) to extract data contained in the discrete frequency bins. Using the traditional FFT implementation for a G.dmt application is prohibitive in terms of the total execution time. ...


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Joint optimization of single-carrier and multi-carrier DSL spectra

K. J. Kerpez; S. Galli IEEE International Conference on Communications, 2005. ICC 2005. 2005, 2005

The loop plant can be optimized to provide significantly higher bit rates than currently provided, offering higher speeds that in some cases will even support digital entertainment video, without installing new remote terminals or repeaters. Algorithms for using measured crosstalk data to jointly optimize DSL performance have been recently published, and are based on finding the optimal transmit PSD in ...


On the impact of uTP on BitTorrent completion time

Claudio Testa; Dario Rossi 2011 IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing, 2011

BitTorrent, one of the most widespread file sharing P2P applications, recently introduced uTP, an application-level congestion control protocol which aims to efficiently use the available link capacity, while avoiding to interfere with the rest of user traffic (e.g., Web, VoIP and gaming) sharing the same access bottleneck. Research on uTP has so far focused on the investigation of the congestion ...


MIMO signal processing - the next frontier for capacity enhancement

S. A. Mujtaba Proceedings of the IEEE 2003 Custom Integrated Circuits Conference, 2003., 2003

Traditionally, enhancements to the capacity of single-user communication channels have been achieved by either increasing the baud rate (which leads to larger bandwidths) or by increasing the signal constellation size (which requires higher signal-to-noise ratios). Since bandwidth is a limited resource in both wireless and copper-wired communication systems, new signal processing techniques based on the MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output) principle are ...


An achievable performance upper bound for discrete multitone equalization

M. Ding; Z. Shen; B. L. Evans Global Telecommunications Conference, 2004. GLOBECOM '04. IEEE, 2004

Discrete multitone is a popular discrete Fourier transform based implementation of multicarrier modulation for wireline communications. The paper examines the performance of a complex-tap filter bank structure for channel equalization in discrete multitone modulation systems. The structure under study passes the received signal through a number of logical paths. Each path takes care of one data carrying subcarrier. More specifically, ...


An efficient FFT processor for ADSL applications

R. Grisamore; G. N. Rangan; E. E. Swartzlander Conference Record of Thirty-Fifth Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers (Cat.No.01CH37256), 2001

Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) technology is a discrete multitone modulation (DMT) scheme that provides high data rate, broadband Internet access over traditional phone lines. This technology utilizes the fast Fourier transform (FFT) to extract data contained in the discrete frequency bins. Using the traditional FFT implementation for a G.dmt application is prohibitive in terms of the total execution time. ...


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  • Author Index

    OFDM systems have experienced increased attention in recent years and have found applications in a number of diverse areas including telephone-line based ADSL links, digital audio and video broadcasting systems, and wireless local area networks. OFDM is being considered for the next-generation of wireless systems both with and without direct sequence spreading and the resultant spreading-based multi-carrier CDMA systems have numerous attractive properties. This volume provides the reader with a broad overview of the research on OFDM systems during their 40-year history. **Part I** commences with an easy to read conceptual, rather than mathematical, treatment of the basic design issues of OFDM systems. The discussions gradually deepen to include adaptive single and multi-user OFDM systems invoking adaptive turbo coding. **Part II** introduces the taxonomy of multi-carrier CDMA systems and deals with the design of their spreading codes and the objective of minimising their c est factors. This part also compares the benefits of adaptive modulation and space-time coding with the conclusion that in conjunction with multiple transmitters and receivers the advantages of adaptive modulation gradually erode both in OFDM and MC-CDMA systems. **Part III** addresses a host of advanced channel estimation and multi-user detection problems in the context of Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) systems. Aimed at the mathematically advanced reader, this part provides a range of implementation-ready solutions, performance results and future research issues. Researchers, advanced students and practising engineers working in wireless communications will all find this valuable text illuminating and informative.

  • About the Authors

    OFDM systems have experienced increased attention in recent years and have found applications in a number of diverse areas including telephone-line based ADSL links, digital audio and video broadcasting systems, and wireless local area networks. OFDM is being considered for the next-generation of wireless systems both with and without direct sequence spreading and the resultant spreading-based multi-carrier CDMA systems have numerous attractive properties. This volume provides the reader with a broad overview of the research on OFDM systems during their 40-year history. **Part I** commences with an easy to read conceptual, rather than mathematical, treatment of the basic design issues of OFDM systems. The discussions gradually deepen to include adaptive single and multi-user OFDM systems invoking adaptive turbo coding. **Part II** introduces the taxonomy of multi-carrier CDMA systems and deals with the design of their spreading codes and the objective of minimising their c est factors. This part also compares the benefits of adaptive modulation and space-time coding with the conclusion that in conjunction with multiple transmitters and receivers the advantages of adaptive modulation gradually erode both in OFDM and MC-CDMA systems. **Part III** addresses a host of advanced channel estimation and multi-user detection problems in the context of Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) systems. Aimed at the mathematically advanced reader, this part provides a range of implementation-ready solutions, performance results and future research issues. Researchers, advanced students and practising engineers working in wireless communications will all find this valuable text illuminating and informative.

  • OFDM System Design

    OFDM systems have experienced increased attention in recent years and have found applications in a number of diverse areas including telephone-line based ADSL links, digital audio and video broadcasting systems, and wireless local area networks. OFDM is being considered for the next-generation of wireless systems both with and without direct sequence spreading and the resultant spreading-based multi-carrier CDMA systems have numerous attractive properties. This volume provides the reader with a broad overview of the research on OFDM systems during their 40-year history. **Part I** commences with an easy to read conceptual, rather than mathematical, treatment of the basic design issues of OFDM systems. The discussions gradually deepen to include adaptive single and multi-user OFDM systems invoking adaptive turbo coding. **Part II** introduces the taxonomy of multi-carrier CDMA systems and deals with the design of their spreading codes and the objective of minimising their c est factors. This part also compares the benefits of adaptive modulation and space-time coding with the conclusion that in conjunction with multiple transmitters and receivers the advantages of adaptive modulation gradually erode both in OFDM and MC-CDMA systems. **Part III** addresses a host of advanced channel estimation and multi-user detection problems in the context of Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) systems. Aimed at the mathematically advanced reader, this part provides a range of implementation-ready solutions, performance results and future research issues. Researchers, advanced students and practising engineers working in wireless communications will all find this valuable text illuminating and informative.

  • Other Wiley and IEEE Press Books on Related TopicsFor detailed contents and sample chapters please refer to http://wwwmobile.ecs.soton.ac.uk

    OFDM systems have experienced increased attention in recent years and have found applications in a number of diverse areas including telephone-line based ADSL links, digital audio and video broadcasting systems, and wireless local area networks. OFDM is being considered for the next-generation of wireless systems both with and without direct sequence spreading and the resultant spreading-based multi-carrier CDMA systems have numerous attractive properties. This volume provides the reader with a broad overview of the research on OFDM systems during their 40-year history. **Part I** commences with an easy to read conceptual, rather than mathematical, treatment of the basic design issues of OFDM systems. The discussions gradually deepen to include adaptive single and multi-user OFDM systems invoking adaptive turbo coding. **Part II** introduces the taxonomy of multi-carrier CDMA systems and deals with the design of their spreading codes and the objective of minimising their c est factors. This part also compares the benefits of adaptive modulation and space-time coding with the conclusion that in conjunction with multiple transmitters and receivers the advantages of adaptive modulation gradually erode both in OFDM and MC-CDMA systems. **Part III** addresses a host of advanced channel estimation and multi-user detection problems in the context of Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) systems. Aimed at the mathematically advanced reader, this part provides a range of implementation-ready solutions, performance results and future research issues. Researchers, advanced students and practising engineers working in wireless communications will all find this valuable text illuminating and informative.

  • OFDM versus MCCDMA Systems, Their Spreading Codes and Peak Factor Reduction

    OFDM systems have experienced increased attention in recent years and have found applications in a number of diverse areas including telephone-line based ADSL links, digital audio and video broadcasting systems, and wireless local area networks. OFDM is being considered for the next-generation of wireless systems both with and without direct sequence spreading and the resultant spreading-based multi-carrier CDMA systems have numerous attractive properties. This volume provides the reader with a broad overview of the research on OFDM systems during their 40-year history. **Part I** commences with an easy to read conceptual, rather than mathematical, treatment of the basic design issues of OFDM systems. The discussions gradually deepen to include adaptive single and multi-user OFDM systems invoking adaptive turbo coding. **Part II** introduces the taxonomy of multi-carrier CDMA systems and deals with the design of their spreading codes and the objective of minimising their c est factors. This part also compares the benefits of adaptive modulation and space-time coding with the conclusion that in conjunction with multiple transmitters and receivers the advantages of adaptive modulation gradually erode both in OFDM and MC-CDMA systems. **Part III** addresses a host of advanced channel estimation and multi-user detection problems in the context of Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) systems. Aimed at the mathematically advanced reader, this part provides a range of implementation-ready solutions, performance results and future research issues. Researchers, advanced students and practising engineers working in wireless communications will all find this valuable text illuminating and informative.

  • Other Wiley and IEEE Press Books on Related TopicsFor detailed contents and sample chapters please refer to http://wwwmobile.ecs.soton.ac.uk

    OFDM systems have experienced increased attention in recent years and have found applications in a number of diverse areas including telephone-line based ADSL links, digital audio and video broadcasting systems, and wireless local area networks. OFDM is being considered for the next-generation of wireless systems both with and without direct sequence spreading and the resultant spreading-based multi-carrier CDMA systems have numerous attractive properties. This volume provides the reader with a broad overview of the research on OFDM systems during their 40-year history. **Part I** commences with an easy to read conceptual, rather than mathematical, treatment of the basic design issues of OFDM systems. The discussions gradually deepen to include adaptive single and multi-user OFDM systems invoking adaptive turbo coding. **Part II** introduces the taxonomy of multi-carrier CDMA systems and deals with the design of their spreading codes and the objective of minimising their c est factors. This part also compares the benefits of adaptive modulation and space-time coding with the conclusion that in conjunction with multiple transmitters and receivers the advantages of adaptive modulation gradually erode both in OFDM and MC-CDMA systems. **Part III** addresses a host of advanced channel estimation and multi-user detection problems in the context of Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) systems. Aimed at the mathematically advanced reader, this part provides a range of implementation-ready solutions, performance results and future research issues. Researchers, advanced students and practising engineers working in wireless communications will all find this valuable text illuminating and informative.

  • Glossary

    OFDM systems have experienced increased attention in recent years and have found applications in a number of diverse areas including telephone-line based ADSL links, digital audio and video broadcasting systems, and wireless local area networks. OFDM is being considered for the next-generation of wireless systems both with and without direct sequence spreading and the resultant spreading-based multi-carrier CDMA systems have numerous attractive properties. This volume provides the reader with a broad overview of the research on OFDM systems during their 40-year history. **Part I** commences with an easy to read conceptual, rather than mathematical, treatment of the basic design issues of OFDM systems. The discussions gradually deepen to include adaptive single and multi-user OFDM systems invoking adaptive turbo coding. **Part II** introduces the taxonomy of multi-carrier CDMA systems and deals with the design of their spreading codes and the objective of minimising their c est factors. This part also compares the benefits of adaptive modulation and space-time coding with the conclusion that in conjunction with multiple transmitters and receivers the advantages of adaptive modulation gradually erode both in OFDM and MC-CDMA systems. **Part III** addresses a host of advanced channel estimation and multi-user detection problems in the context of Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) systems. Aimed at the mathematically advanced reader, this part provides a range of implementation-ready solutions, performance results and future research issues. Researchers, advanced students and practising engineers working in wireless communications will all find this valuable text illuminating and informative.

  • List of General Symbols

    OFDM systems have experienced increased attention in recent years and have found applications in a number of diverse areas including telephone-line based ADSL links, digital audio and video broadcasting systems, and wireless local area networks. OFDM is being considered for the next-generation of wireless systems both with and without direct sequence spreading and the resultant spreading-based multi-carrier CDMA systems have numerous attractive properties. This volume provides the reader with a broad overview of the research on OFDM systems during their 40-year history. **Part I** commences with an easy to read conceptual, rather than mathematical, treatment of the basic design issues of OFDM systems. The discussions gradually deepen to include adaptive single and multi-user OFDM systems invoking adaptive turbo coding. **Part II** introduces the taxonomy of multi-carrier CDMA systems and deals with the design of their spreading codes and the objective of minimising their c est factors. This part also compares the benefits of adaptive modulation and space-time coding with the conclusion that in conjunction with multiple transmitters and receivers the advantages of adaptive modulation gradually erode both in OFDM and MC-CDMA systems. **Part III** addresses a host of advanced channel estimation and multi-user detection problems in the context of Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) systems. Aimed at the mathematically advanced reader, this part provides a range of implementation-ready solutions, performance results and future research issues. Researchers, advanced students and practising engineers working in wireless communications will all find this valuable text illuminating and informative.

  • A Case Study of Synthesis for IndustrialScale Analog IP: Redesign of the Equalizer/Filter Frontend for an ADSL CODEC

    A persistent criticism of analog synthesis techniques is that they cannot cope with the complexity of realistic industrial designs, especially system-level designs. We show how recent advances in simulation-based synthesis can be augmented, via appropriate macromodeling, to attack complex analog blocks. To support this claim, we resynthesize from scratch, in several different styles, a complex equalizer/filter block from the frontend of a commercial ADSL CODEC, and verify by full simulation that it matches its original design specifications. As a result, we argue that synthesis has significant potential in both custom and analog IP reuse scenarios.

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    OFDM systems have experienced increased attention in recent years and have found applications in a number of diverse areas including telephone-line based ADSL links, digital audio and video broadcasting systems, and wireless local area networks. OFDM is being considered for the next-generation of wireless systems both with and without direct sequence spreading and the resultant spreading-based multi-carrier CDMA systems have numerous attractive properties. This volume provides the reader with a broad overview of the research on OFDM systems during their 40-year history. **Part I** commences with an easy to read conceptual, rather than mathematical, treatment of the basic design issues of OFDM systems. The discussions gradually deepen to include adaptive single and multi-user OFDM systems invoking adaptive turbo coding. **Part II** introduces the taxonomy of multi-carrier CDMA systems and deals with the design of their spreading codes and the objective of minimising their c est factors. This part also compares the benefits of adaptive modulation and space-time coding with the conclusion that in conjunction with multiple transmitters and receivers the advantages of adaptive modulation gradually erode both in OFDM and MC-CDMA systems. **Part III** addresses a host of advanced channel estimation and multi-user detection problems in the context of Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) systems. Aimed at the mathematically advanced reader, this part provides a range of implementation-ready solutions, performance results and future research issues. Researchers, advanced students and practising engineers working in wireless communications will all find this valuable text illuminating and informative.



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